Welcome to Beautiful Central Wyoming!

Deer and antelope still play near the Casper KOA Campground and RV Park. More than 75 percent of the world's pronghorn antelope live within a 90-mile radius of Wyoming's second-largest city. In many places, the Plains look unchanged from the days when the Oregon, California, Mormon, Bridger, Bozeman and Pony Express trails converged here along the North Platte River. Trail ruts are still visible. Visit the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center or browse pioneer exhibits at the Fort Caspar Museum and Historic Site.

The campground is located in the town of Bar Nunn, five miles north of downtown Casper. At an elevation of 5,284 feet, the campground overlooks the City of Casper and commands an excellent view of the city and Casper Mountain to the south. Public tennis and basketball courts and a baseball diamond are located across the street, and golfers can choose from two public courses, one of which was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Or just relax in the big covered pool at the Casper KOA (Memorial Day to Labor Day). The whole family can make itself at home here with mini golf, a playground and a pet walk.

Casper KOA is the only onsite, owner-operated, full service campground in the area. We offer big-rig friendly, pull-thru / full hook-up RV sites and water/electric only RV sites. We offer free restrooms with hot showers, a 24 hour coin op laundry and a convenience store and gift shop. Please join us on your next trip through Wyoming!

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Pool (5/29 - 9/3)
  • Propane ($)
  • Mini Golf
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

KOA Journey

KOA Journey Campgrounds

KOA Journey campgrounds are the perfect oases after a day on the road. Whether it’s along the way or a quick getaway, they’ve got you covered. Located near the highways and byways of North America with long Pull-thru RV Sites, they deliver convenience to the traveling camper. Pull in, ease back and take a load off.

KOA Journeys Feature:

  • Pull-through RV Sites with 50-amp service
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Well lit after hours check-in service

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Local Area

Rotary Park

Garden Creek Falls in Rotary Park at the base of Casper Mountain is one of Casper's most treasured spots. Easily accessible and a starting point for some of the area's best hiking, watching the clear water cascade into a mountain pool is a foolproof way to remind yourself why you love nature. With multiple picnic tables, iron foot bridges and a gazebo, the park is an ideal spot for a picturesque afternoon. It only takes a few minutes to hike from the parking area to the base of the falls, but many visitors pack a picnic lunch and make an afternoon of it. Sitting among the aspens and ponderosa pine, it's easy to forget that you're just a few miles from the heart of the city. After you've soaked in the views of the waterfall, lace up your hiking boots to explore more of the park's scenic wonders. The 4.5 mile Bridle Trail begins at the base of the falls and features spectacular views of the Casper area below. Reaching Split Rock is a badge of honor for locals and visitors alike. Along the way, you'll encounter scenic overlooks, blue grouse, deer and an occasional cabin. The trail is well-maintained, well-marked and kid-friendly. In fact, the Bridle Trail has been named one of the top hikes every kid should take at least once by Red Tricycle. New “lookout” platforms are the most recent additions to Rotary Park. Though steep, the trail to these platforms offers families with children a chance to “scale” the mountain. They also create magnificent photo opportunities that are sure to result in your favorite vacation selfies.



Fort Caspar Museum

Tour a reconstructed 1865 military post located at a major river crossing on the Oregon, California, Mormon Pioneer, Pony Express, and transcontinental telegraph trail corridor.



National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

Overlooking the North Platte River, this unique facility tells the story of America's westward expansion through the Trails Center's interactive exhibits and multi-media presentations. Nearly 500,000 people traveled the Oregon, Mormon, California and Pony Express Trails between 1840 and 1870 and they all passed through Casper. Experience history! web site .



Independence Rock

On any summer evening in July, 1853 hundreds of emigrants could be found swarming all over Independence Rock, chiseling messages to others following behind. Many of the emigrants arrived here on the fourth of July, and that was cause for celebration. Pies were baked and revelry was shared. Please visit and see our names carved in the rock. (45 minute drive from the Campground).



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